Presentation is all about the details, a mix of design and texture.
Wrap your invitation with personality. Just like wrapping a present, the details will enhance or distract from the overall look, so you want something subtle but complementary.
Let’s tie it all together right from the start. Wrap it up in a bow, tie it up with a tag and string, and tuck it into a colorful envelope.
Be creative and think about the story you are telling. Choose something that shares a piece of your love story. Below is a brief list of ideas. Please keep in mind that the invitation thickness will affect the postage.
- Paper: accent cards, envelopes, envelope liners, tags, washi tape, sticker seals
- Fabric: ribbon, string, twine, lace, leather
- Natural/Botanical: dried flowers, seeds, feather
- Design: monogram card, painted edges, die cut, wax seal, adhesive gems
- Other: vintage buttons, postage, address stamp,
Only one more step before mailing your invitations to all of your guests. So, let’s make this the happiest mail in their box!
Guest Addressing with Calligraphy
Add a personal touch with calligraphy. Coordinate to have the addresses hand-written before mailing. When you order your invitations, let your stationer know, so they can have envelopes ready in advance.
Wrap Your Invitation – with the Postage and Postmark
Postage: Custom or Vintage
There are some really great options to make mailing your invitations even more special. Wedding postage is available at the USPS, or you can find vintage/retro stamps in a variety of styles, or go custom with a photo or graphic design.
Add a touch of whimsey by having your invitations sent from a romantic location or a place that really means something to you. With postmarks like: Bridal Veil, Oregon – Bliss, New York – Romance, Arkansas – Loving, Texas – Juliette, Georgia – Romeo, Colorado – < For more postmark locations, click here>
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